NOUN - (Naming word)
ARTICLE - (Defining word) (an adjective)
What Is a Sentence? (With Examples of the Different Types of Sentence)
A sentence must contain a subject and a verb.
Verbs that express physical actions are the ones that spring to mind when most people think about verbs. Such verbs are easy to spot because the action can be easily envisaged. Here are some examples of verbs expressing physical actions:
Not all actions are physical. Some are mental. Here are some examples of verbs expressing mental actions:
Verbs that are expressing a state of being (i.e., just existing) are also an action. Below are some examples of verbs that express a state of being. The most common one (in fact, the most common verb of all) is the verb to be.